The Zion Hill Running Club had a track season to remember this summer.
Three of four of our area volleyball teams travelled to tournaments last weekend, as Seguin, Navarro and Marion all played six games over two days of action.
Texas Lutheran senior defensive end Manny Longoria (Geronimo/Navarro) and junior safety James Bell (Houston/Lamar) were named Friday to the 2019 D3football.com Preseason All-American Team.
It’s 7 a.m., and just after sunrise on the track at Navarro High School, the Panthers cross country team has already been at work.
In just two short years at the helm, Navarro head volleyball coach Nicole Blakeman has built quite the program with the Lady Panthers.
On Monday, all over this great big state, the sounds of whistles blowing and coaches barking could be heard at high school stadiums and practice fields everywhere.
Longtime Starcke Park golf professional, “Biff” Alexander, got to know a lot of folks as the head pro at the course in Seguin.
It may have looked like all fun and games at the Seguin middle school football camp at Matador Stadium on Thursday.
There are just six teams from across the country playing in the Seniors Baseball Little League World Series starting this weekend.
Championship baseball is coming to Seguin this weekend at Smokey Joe Field, with opening cermonies this afternoon at 4 p.m., followed by Seguin’s team kicking off the action at 5:30 p.m. tonight.
Texas Hold ‘Em exploded in popularity a few years back, when everyman poker player Chris Moneymaker won the World Series of Poker Main Event.
Dave Campbell’s Texas Football magazine, an institution for football fans all over the state, has all four of the area high schools making the playoffs this year.
After winning the regional competition in the Hardin-Simmons Lineman Challenge, the Navarro Panthers linemen were hoping to take the state title in Abilene on June 22.
Will Heyward was acting as a personal trainer to a couple of Seguin track athletes, Kyra Nunez and Audriana Rodriguez, this spring, when one of the parents came to him with an idea.
The Zion Hill Rd. Running Club is sending a record number of qualifiers to the AAU Junior Olympics, after competing in the Region 19 National Qualifier Meet in Converse.
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